BTL Group Ltd. (CVE:BTL) announced that it has hired a Head of Marketing, Stella Hall, and Business Development Manager, Jonathan Jones, as the firm commences its sales and marketing drive to bring its proprietary blockchain platform Interbit to market.
We are looking for exceptional sales and marketing people to join our team and help build on our reputation as a leading blockchain technology provider. Stella and Jonathan have impressive experience and I believe they are a perfect fit with both diverse, but relevant technology backgrounds. I warmly welcome them to the team and look forward to working with them to ensure that we achieve widespread adoption of the Interbit platform,” said Dominic McCann, CEO of BTL.
The firm is on track to deliver Interbit into live in early 2018 and is well advanced in developing its sales and marketing strategy. BTL believes that 2018 and beyond will see widespread adoption of blockchain technology. Interbit has been built to meet this demand by addressing both the scalability and privacy issues that are considered the technology’s greatest challenges. By expanding the sales and marketing functions and bringing together a cohesive team BTL aims to remain a first mover in the space by ensuring that enterprises embrace blockchain technology and reap the rewards of building applications on Interbit.
Stella Hall joins the team in London with over ten year’s marketing experience having previously been at Salesforce in both San Francisco and London. Stella is a strategic marketeer with enterprise growth experience for leading global brands. She has focused on creating, developing and nurturing dynamic marketing programs that illustrate customer success and foster innovation.
Jonathan Jones is a qualified engineer with commercial and sales experience. Prior to joining BTL he worked at the Mullard Space Science Laboratory (MSSL) for over three years where he collaborated with international organisations and agencies, with responsibilities that included building instruments for both scientific and commercial space projects. Jonathan’s understanding of spacecraft subsystems has meant he has worked on some high profile space missions, such as the European Space Agency’s ExoMars Rover and NASA’s THOR TEA project.